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Lesotho:Did Lesotho Ask Prophet Bushiri to Invest in Energy?
[Nyasa Times] A seven men strong delegation from Lesotho, led by deputy prime minister Monyane Moleleki, paid a curtesy call to Prophet Shepherd Bushiri on Monday where, among other important issues, they courted him to invest in their country, especially in the struggling energy sector.
News24.com | Group calls for Indonesian forces to stop virginity tests
Human Rights Watch says Indonesia's military and police continue to perform abusive "two finger" virginity tests on female recruits 3 years after WHO declared they had no scientific validity.
News24.com | LIVE: Assistant pathologist explains Susan #Rohde's autopsy process
The trial of property mogul Jason Rohde, accused of staging the death of his wife Susan as a suicide, continues in the Western Cape High Court.
News24.com | 'Bullying' De Lille wanted alleged tender irregularity report to 'go away' - executive director
Cape Town Mayor Patricia de Lille had planned to publicly discredit a senior city staffer who questioned alleged tender irregularities, her executive director has alleged in an explosive affidavit.
News24.com | PICS: School bus drives over car in Port Elizabeth
A bus transporting children to school has collided with a car in Kabega Park, Port Elizabeth, ending up on top of it.
Namibia:Squabbles Rock Ruling Party Ahead of Congress
[New Era] Windhoek -The chairperson of the Swapo disciplinary committee, Pohamba Shifeta, yesterday said the committee may not involve itself in current internal squabbles, two of which are in court ahead of tomorrow's opening of the elective congress, unless formal complaints are laid and procedurally.
Malawi:First Lady Awarded Honorary Professorship Degree
[Nyasa Times] First Lady Gertrude Mutharika has beenin Global Health by the Peking University School of Public Health (PKUSPH) in recognition of her commitment towards advancing public health issues in Malawi and Africa.
News24.com | Mugabe's fall 'may help end Zim’s isolation on the world stage' – US
The United States says President Robert Mugabe's resignation offers Zimbabwe's people a "historic opportunity" for change and could help end its isolation on the world stage.
ADAPT IT HOLDINGS LIMITED - Acquisition of CDR Live and its Subsidiaries and Withdrawal of ...
ADAPT IT HOLDINGS LIMITED - Acquisition of CDR Live and its Subsidiaries and Withdrawal of Cautionary Announcement
Train safety-related incidents up by 13%
The Western Cape recorded the most fatalities and injuries according to the annual report on rail safety.
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